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RHS_Senior_Student Handbook.SY17-18.FINAL

“Today the School,

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Dear Rough Rider Family, Welcome Class of 2018! As we start another school year, I would personally like to take this opportunity to say how excited I am to be the proud administrator for the junior and senior class at Roosevelt High School. I am equally excited to work with Ms. Ahmic who will serve as the senior class sponsor. Class of 2018, this is YOUR year. Many new and exciting things will take place and this will be your year to flourish and be “INVINCIBLE”. As we continue to embrace college and career readiness, Roosevelt High School staff is eager to help you achieve your goals. But keep in mind, you must do your part. Diane Von Furstenberg states it best “You know who’s gonna give you everything? Yourself.” There are three requirements of you this year: 1. Attend and pass all classes. 2. Obtain 100 community service hours. 3. Choose and create the plan to your pathway. With these requirements, your personal goals, and your eyes on the prize, I am confident that you will be successful. Your senior year is one of the most memorable moments of your life. Take the opportunity to participate in all senior activities not just the mandatory ones. Parents, I hope that you will join me and the Roosevelt Team in enforcing the expectations from the first day of our senior’s school year until graduation day. I encourage all parents to be involved, ask questions, meet with your team, and be that listening ear for your child throughout this school year so that our students will rise to the occasion and be successful. Our theme for the class of 2018 is “WE ARE INVINCIBLE” and with your support and communication this can be achieved. On behalf of myself, Principal James, the senior class sponsor, administrative staff and faculty, we look forward to the Class of 2018 meeting their goals, and representing Roosevelt in June as they receive what they earned. All the best, T. Alston Ms. Tawana Alston Assistant Principal- 11th & 12th Grade 4

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Dear Rough Riders Students and Families, It is with great pleasure that I welcome you and your family to the 2017-2018 school year at Roosevelt High School! While we have been eagerly preparing for the opening of school on Monday August 21, 2017, we hope that your summer has been restful and enjoyable. Student success is a top priority at Roosevelt High School and we are working closely with the faculty to ensure an exciting and fulfilling year of learning and achievement. We are invested in your student learning their course content and learning English. Our primary responsibility is student learning and offering all students the educational opportunities that will maximize their potential. This responsibility is supported in our school’s draft mission statement: “Theodore Roosevelt High School values all students’ unique talents and encourages and challenges students to become intellectually curious, world language proficient, internationally aware, and globally responsive.” Today’s world demands students who think critically. We do this by challenging them in their learning experiences as they work to achieve their dreams. This includes a unique combination of rigorous academic standards and achievement in an inviting school culture. We are looking forward to working with you and your student again this year! If you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 202-576-6130 or send me an email at Sincerely, Simone Portera Wilkinson Assistant Principal International Academy at Roosevelt HS 5

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